It was during the Victorian era, where every flower began to symbolize something. It is said that because of the strict protocol of that era, feelings and thoughts were not openly expressed between men and women, leading to an elaborate “flower language” or “floriography” being developed.Read More
This lovely plant is a symbol of “Good luck” and is given as gifts to someone starting a new adventure or an expectant couple. Bells of Ireland are considered the energy of the soulRead More
Don’t assume that your bank, lawyer, accountant and insurance brokers you’ve had for years will be the most cost effective. Shop around, get quotes, talk to networks. Do the same with utilities and hire equipment for phones, power and POS systems. There is no room for loyalty in business.Read More
I was tagged by my very young fellow blogger, tanishq who is encouraging his grandma to read my blogs with the hope she will blog too.
So I have answered these question honestly, to inspire tanishq’s grandma…:)
Be outwardly caring. Be a giver. No matter the reason. Be passionate and extend your boundaries and remind those you love that you love them enough to make them feel extra special on a special day. You will be amazed at the joy you will receive in return.Read More
Benevolent sexism is defined as positive prejudice that appears as favourable when it in fact casts women as weak creatures needing men’s protection as in this example.
I think, women can twist a situation to suit their needs and this can distort the real eventRead More
To simplify the gift of giving, the Sunflower is a perfect gift to bring “Joy” to someone’s day, particularly if they are feeling ill or down, sunflowers are the gift to lift the spirit. Its a great housewarming or a congratulations present and is the flower of choice for couples celebrating their third wedding anniversary.Read More
What is it about this flower that you find so pleasurable? What made you think of it first?Read More
Watching in awe, a twirling caress
Tutus and tails, a flaunt with finesse
Gorgeous, gorgeous, hydrangeas. Derived from the Greek words, hydro’s (water) and angos (barrel or jug). A water jug!!!Read More